Sarah Sanders said she doesn’t like being called a liar, and Twitter users were quick to respond
By: By Nicole Lyn Pesce
Photo: Getty Images
Sarah Sanders has been called a lot of things — but “liar” is what really gets under her skin.
The former White House press secretary told the New York Times that she was “attacked for everything” while working in the Oval Office, but questions about her truthfulness have rankled her the most.
But readers on Twitter were quick to respond that she is on the record in the Mueller report admitting that she made statements about the firing of FBI director James Comey that were not based on facts. Specifically, she told the press that “countless members of the F.B.I.” had told her they lost confidence in Comey. But Sanders revealed in the Mueller report that those comments were made “in the heat of the moment” and were not founded on anything. She has repeatedly referred to those statements as a “slip” or “slip of the tongue.”
Sarah Sanders tells NYT she doesn’t like being called a liar. She lied to WWR a few times and to the American people countless other times, so here’s some advice: If you don’t want to be called a liar - don’t lie. Not rocket science here
3:55 AM - 25 Nov 2019